The first prize will be a private luxurious paradise on Bribie Island right adjacent to Pacific harbor Golf course. If you buy your tickets online, you also go in the draw to win an apple TV and an Apple iPad.
If you are a big spender, you are eligible to win many other fantastic prizes, on top of the splendid prize home, as follows:
|$200||400 Chances to Win||$70,000 Car or Boat (e.g. Mercedes-Benz C-Class)|
|$100||150 Chances to Win||$60,000 Car or Boat (e.g. BMW 3-Series)|
|$50||70 Chances to Win||$45,000 Gold Bullion|
|$30||40 Chances to Win||$30,000 Gold Bullion|
|$25||30 Chances to Win||$25,000 Car or Boat|
|$20||20 Chances to Win||$22,000 Car or Boat (e.g. Honda Civic)|
|$15||10 Chances to Win||$18,500 Car or Boat|
|$10||6 Chances to Win||$1,000 Good Guys Shopping Voucher|
The dates you need to mark on your calendar are:
End Date: - 23/02/15 12.00 Noon AEST
Draw Date: - 27/02/15 12.00 Noon AEST
Valued at $913,500, this magnificent home comes tastefully designed and furnished at a value of $86,000, together with $5,000 gold bullion to take care of the first year of corporate and council rates. It has a prestigious address on the Northern end of Banksia beach on the premier Bribie Island, just near the Pacific Harbor Golf Course.
This single story home is spacious enough with four large bedrooms, three bathrooms with a master bedroom that includes an ensuite and a walk-in robe. The kitchen is spacious enough and equipped with modern appliances that include a butler's pantry. It has an open living area together with separate media rooms and ducted air conditioning all over the home
Q. How much time do I have in order to decide which prize option I have settled on?
A. Any winner has 14 days after the date of the draw to settle on the prize option they prefer.
Q. Are the homes for the lottery built by Surf Life Saving?
A. Most of the homes are specifically built for the lottery. However, occasionally, homes that meet the lottery standards are purchased.
Q. How do you conduct the draw?
A. Conduction of all draws takes place at Surf House 190 Montpelier Rd, Bowen Hills QLD 4101. This is done under QLD Government License Regulation and opens to public viewing too. An official from Surf Life Saving , who is not a ticket holder is in charge of the draw conduction. However, the main prize draw is usually computerized with a random number being chosen from those who purchased tickets.
Q. how do the winners get the good news?
A. The main prize winners are usually contacted by their listed mobile or daytime number immediately all the draws are finalized. All winners are then notified via certified mail
Q. Where can one get the lottery results?
A. The official results from Surf Lottery will be posted on our website on the date of publication.
Q. If a person purchases a ticket on the day of the close or any time late in the lottery, will her/his tickets be included in the draw?
A. any ticket that might be processed before the lottery closing time will make it to the computer draw. Any customers whose ticket orders were received after the draw was closed will receive tickets in the next lottery. If the tickets are unwanted, they can be sent back before the lottery closes foe a refund.
Q. who are the members who constitute the champions club?
A. these are special supporters of the foundation and they usually purchase tickets automatically in all lotteries and get entered into club draws which are exclusive.
Q. what extra benefits come with being a champions' club member?
A. Members of the club get automatic entries into 12 lotteries every year, which include 6 prize home lotteries and 6 champions' club lotteries. On top of this, the members of the champions' club get a chance of winning $5,000 cash weekly, at no extra cost.
Q. How does one join the champions' club?
A. You only need to have your authorized preferred credit or direct debit card debited for tickets in each lottery.
Q. what are champions club lotteries?
A. These are special "member only" lotteries that take place 6 times each year. It involves prizes worth $200, 000 to be won and this includes gold, cars and holidays. There are usually great chances of winning a prize.
Q. how many lotteries do club members get entered into every year?
A. there is a total of 12 lotteries conducted each year which include 6 prize home lotteries and 6 champions' club lotteries. Members of the champions 'club are automatically entered into all of the 12 lotteries. Apart from these lotteries, members of the champions' club are automatically entered into the $5,000 cash weekly draws at no additional cost.
Q. When one adds himself/herself to the mailing list; will the person get offers from Surf life saving in each lottery?
A. It is an expensive exercise to contact all customers, in every lottery, however Surf life Saving tries its best to achieve this. Therefore, if one doesn't receive a lottery offer from the foundation, kindly email or call us anytime to get information.
The money contributed by our esteemed contributors goes into many charitable activities which include.
Volunteer Surf Life Savers coming from the 311 clubs all over the country patrol the massive 35,000km Australian coastline to assist over 100 million beach visitors yearly. The cost of mobilizing such a big exercise can only be possible thanks to the wonderfully supportive community. The donations received are channeled into four major areas that require continuous funding i.e. rescue gear and equipment, first aid supplies, Life Saver training and Surf safety education programs for the community. Surf life saving being a non-profit organization, the Life savers only volunteer their time energy and time to patrol the beaches.
However the equipment and gear are expensive and this is where the public support is in handy. The Lifesaving equipment and rescue gear constitutes the biggest single expense in this massive exercise of Lifesaving services in the country. Lots of cash is also spent in maintenance of the equipment due to constant exposure to the sun, water and sand.
There is a steady increase in demand for our beach services, and we therefore need to churn out more and more lifesavers to be able to sufficiently cover all our beaches. Each Surf life saver must possess a bronze medallion. This involves rigorous training in various aspects including rescue techniques, CPR, first aid together with fitness testing. This must be updated yearly. It costs $800 to train a single volunteer; however the benefits are immense since maintaining saver beaches is paramount.
Each Surf Life saving club runs a well equipped First Aid room which must be replenished continually with supplies such as Ventolin, bandages and disposable sheets. Each club averagely spends more than $2,000 on supplies annually. This is what enables the organization to carry out over 30,000 first aid treatments annually. Not forgetting that each First Aid kit costs $400 and the rooms must be fully stocked all the time.
A considerable amount of money also goes into training the beach-goers how to stay safe while in the beaches.